Ojha receives Kazi Nazrul Islam Literary Award
News Desk 1
May-27 तारिख 04:20 बेलुका

Kathmandu, May 25 – Saroj Ojha, a renowned global poet, journalist, and peace leader, achieved a remarkable feat by receiving two prestigious accolades on the same day. In a celebration of literary excellence, Ojha was honored with the Kazi Nazrul Islam Literary Award from the esteemed Global Writers Academy India, The Daily Global Nation Bangladesh, and The Pencraft Bangladesh. Additionally, he was bestowed with a Lifetime Achievement Award for peace by the international peace and humanitarian organization, United Nature International Peace (UNIP UN).

In a gesture of homage to Nazrul Islam’s legacy, 24 global poets were also recognized with the Kazi Nazrul Islam Literary Award. Alongside Saroj Ojha, the recipients of this esteemed award included Ratan Bhattacharjee, Salome Murro, Gurjeet Kour Ghuman, Alicia M Garcia, Sk Alamgir Hossain, Maria Vittoria, Massimo N.P. Khatiwada, Benupriya Roy, Saeeda Akhtar, Swapnendu Bhaumik, ZeZabek, MarhMark Kayes, Sajib, Rita Boruah, Laxmikanta Dash, Fali Ndreka, Bizury Islam, Bárbara Mercês, Swati Das, Diane Ouverney, Prasanna Mohapatra, Gul Bakhti, and Amar Singh Rimis Brits.

Saroj Ojha’s remarkable achievements in the literary realm is an embodying of the spirit of Kazi Nazrul Islam’s legacy of resilience, expression, and social change.
In peace realms it underscores his dedication to promoting harmony and creativity through his work. His dual recognition serves as a testament to his enduring contributions to the fields of poetry, journalism, and peacemaking. 

Ojha said that this double honor received in both literary and peace fields have inspired him to be more active in the fields of literature, journalism and peace building. Currently residing in Kathmandu, Ojha is a permanent resident of Vyas 5 Tanahun.